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Five things to do this weekend (July 2-4)

Start the first weekend of the second half of the year with a bang.

Gabriel Choo


Published: 2 July 2021, 4:55 PM

We are finally in the second half of the year (time passes by really fast, doesn’t it?) and it promises to be quite a fun one as Singapore reopens its economy step by step. 

This means that there are more activities to expect! 

Here are five things to do this weekend (July 2-4):

1. Visit BTS’ pop-up store

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/@MORNING KALL

 

After a successful run at Plaza Singapura in November 2020, there will be another BTS pop-up store in Funan Mall until Aug 15. 

Named the Space of BTS, the store will feature exclusive merchandise, including the “BASIC”-themed collection. 

Fans of the popular Korean boyband can register from 10am and the store closes at 9.30pm daily. Space of BTS is located at Funan Mall, # 02-13. 

2. Admire some LEGO

PHOTO CREDIT: LEGO

 

LEGO opened its largest store in Southeast Asia at Universal Studios Singapore on Jun 25. Spanning a whopping 3,165 square feet, the store features a “I ♥ SG” sign which is made of 70,950 Lego bricks at the entrance. 

Other highlights at the store include a 3D diorama of Sentosa, a permanent Lego Mosaic Maker as well as the largest Pick A Brick wall in Southeast Asia. There is also a Wall of Minifigures of 990 minifigures. 

The store is located at Lego Resorts World Sentosa, and opens daily from 10am to 10pm.

3. Try KOI’s newest alcoholic beverage

PHOTO CREDIT: SIGNATURE BY KOI

 

Signature by KOI launched two new alcoholic drinks on Jul 1. 

 

The VSOP Chocolate (S$10.60), is made of chocolate milk and Brandy VSOP, topped with chocolate ice cream and biscuits. You can also add other toppings such as boba, mini bubbles, konjac pearls and coconut jelly. 

Meanwhile, the Whiskey Oriental (S$14.90), is made of Oriental Beauty Tea and Whiskey. Toppings cannot be added to the Whiskey Oriental. 

Both drinks are available at Signature by KOI outlets in Jewel Changi Airport, The Star Vista, ION Orchard, TANGS and Suntec City. 

4. Eat some Chicken McCrispy

PHOTO CREDIT: MCDONALD’S SINGAPORE

 

Yes, you read that right. The Chicken McCrispy is back. 

After a brief comeback in November 2020, the well-loved McDonald’s favourite is back permanently from July 1. 

You can choose to purchase it as an Extra Value Meal (from S$8.40), or a six-piece bucket set (from S$18.80). Alternatively, you can get the Chicken McCrispy Value Bundle (from S$21.50). 

The Chicken McCrispy will be available for dine-in and via McDelivery, GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Check out our review of the Chicken McCrispy here.

5. Exercise with your friends

PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/SINGAPORE SPORTSHUB

 

Time to gather four of your friends for a good workout! 

With the number of local COVID-19 cases stabilising, sports venues and facilities at the Singapore Sports Hub have progressively started to reopen from Jun 21. 

These include the OCBC Arena, Sports Hub Gym, Water Sports Centre, Climb Central and Splash-N-Surf water park. All programmes and venues are subject to prevailing safe distancing measures.


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